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Set up vour Xboi® video game system by fallowing the Instructions Hi the Xboi Instruction Manual 2. Press the power button and the status indicator light will light up. 1 Press the eject button and the disc tray will open. 4. Place the Army Men*: Sarga's War'" disc on the disc tray with the label lacing up and close ihe disc tray. 5 Follow the on-screen Instructions and refer to this manual far more Information about playing Army Men*: Sarge's War™. Avoiding Damage to Discs or ttie Disc Drive To avoid damage to discs or the disc drive: • Insert only Xbov -compatible decs into tho disc drive. a New use oddty shaped discs, such as star-shaped or heart-shaped discs • Do not leave a disc in the Xbox console tor extended periods when not In use. • Do not move the Xbox console while the power Is on and a disc is inserted. • Do not apply labels, stickers, or other fafiHpMhttcts to discs. T GAME CONTROLS E4MMMW * £"»^"" : r ? MOttttW m&w mwmmm TMan L *bM» j*l bmbp » INK , f^L ^ m HMiitfki taOM Ml ^fmhrttts** Dcfaoll 3rd PERSON Left Right Thumbsllck 0-pad L7H A Button . ... 8 Button YBtftlM Right MM* Black Button White Button START/ PAUSE Movement look Around L - , Cycle Weapons Fire / Snoot / Throw Grenade Toggle Kneel > Stand Mode Reload ' ActWn (Context Sensitive) ... ... Jump Pull to cycle targets/ Pull and hold to lock on Pull and hold tor First-Person Mode Cytle Weapons / Right Cycle Weapons /Left pTV . .. L + , Pause Menu 4 MOTE: Theia are other controller setups seL either trom trtf Pgtisa Menu in-game, or horn setup screen Jptntiying a New Gamff r «L* INTRODUCTION OPTION SETT With Greentown on the verge ol a long deserved peace with the Tan, a new danger emerges. A renegade army prepares the ultimate doomsday device to lay waste to the Green Nation and the dream ol peace. But they never counted on Sarge. The Options screen, selectable from the Pause Menu, lets you View Credits and set Sound effects volume Music volume Sarge Is alone to tight a war against an unknown toe. His skill and bravery are about to be tested in a war like no other Nmr fight a toy with nothing to lose. Voce volume Toggle subtitles Orvon V4 I The Controller Setup screen, also available from the Pause Menu, has these options Setup: choose Default, Alternate i , or Alternate 2 configurations Vibration: toggle On/Olf Invert Aim: toggle On/Off OPTIONS CONTWOUtt AUDIO UOOC snt votu*if If If Will WSIC tfOLUUZ u GAMMA ■ > w*wia**ur •**?•£* • S WAR OOTCAMP / don't care how brave you are it you can't shoot straight" - Sgt Hawk If you want to survive, know your weapons and maneuver capability Train to use objects like doors and power-ups by going through Basic Training Remember - in Oils war. you are the last man standing - there are no reinforcements. PAIGN Sarge must smash the Tan operations by destroying troops and equipment. From secret bivouacs and supply depots to hidden command, communication and control centers, Sarge must crush the Tan plotters belore they lay waste to the Green Nation, The following rules will help you: Get and follow the Objectives lor each mission. Watch lor additional Objectives and opportunities as you go 1 The only good Tan is a dead Tan. Kill Tan wherever you find them. Out keep the mission first in mind, • Vbu must succeed to go on to the next mission 1 M you tati m a misaion, try again! Ntour previous attempt will provide valuable recon 9m ' *■*■ fcN ft, PLAYING S la?* S'S WAR (CONTJ Every section of every level has its unique Objectives - some are Primary Objectives, some are Secondary Objectives. All Primary Objectives must be completed to move on to the next mission. Secondary Objectives are important, but will not keep Sarge from moving on r if not accomplished. Secondary Objectives are va/ ied, but every level has a level flag and War Plans Tan War plans help the Green Army's intelligence Service* Tan Flags count toward getting medals, and help Sarge make a clean sweep. Your goals lor each Mission are accessible from the Objectives option from the Start/Pause menu. Be sure to review your Primary and Sacondary Objectives betae you engage the enemy. SAVING A (« Once you have successfully completed a level you will be ottered a chance to Save. Select the "Empty Slot" you wish to Save into with the dfrecMoiwI pari * / » ftu can overwrite old saves. SAVE GAME CHOQSI 5lOT Toswr SLOT! SLOT 2 SLOT ) SLOT 4 SLOTS LOADING A G. Loading games in Army Men; Sarges War Is done by selecting * Load Game" from the Main Menu. After highlighting and selecting "Load Game", the Load Game screen will appear Use the Jricleael pad ♦ • to select the game you wish to load. SINGLE PLAYER ^M?* uovr.j The heaftti bar 15 one graphic representation of Sarge's condition, Sarge shows damage on tils plastic, loo When Sarge s hit. the health bar will appear briefly on screen. Once Sarge is seriously wounded (under 50% health) the health bar will remain on screen until Sarge ts healed or flies. ARMOR BAH This is below the health bar and shows how much armor protection Sarge has. Be careful - armor writ stop some, but not all damage. Plenty of Greens died strapped into their armor 1 WE APON SELECTED A picture of the current selected weapon and its name will appear on screen at ail times. Changing weapons is done using the * f ♦ . * and * on the ArecUonalpad This appears with the selected weapon graphic and shows the ammo currently loaded in the weapon on the left and the ammo Sarge Is carrying for ihe weapon in clips, magazines or reservoirs on the right. Sometimes Sarge is working under a deadline. A timer will appear and provide a countdown. < S COLLECTIBLES Power- ups are available in many places on the battlefield. Explore the combat zone, as you may find an extra health, ammo, or new weapons. ** «**>«■ Picking up these power-ups let Sarge use a new weapon. The weapon will only show m the weapon inventory if Sarge currently has ammo for that weapon AMMO POWER-UPS Even Sarge needs ammo for his weapons! Ammunition power- ups provide ammo for one specific type of weapon. Only Ihe carttfne has unlimited ammo. wm<rv SAllGE'S COLLEO 1BLKS (CONT.) <+.* Plastic B«s from killed enemies restore small amounts of Healin Medical bags restore 100 points ol Sarge's health. Medical kits restore 300 pomts ol Sarge's health Light armor power ups give Sarge 50% ol hts armor Heavy armor power-ups give Sarge 100% armor. AI any lime during a mission the game can De paused oy pressing the START Button. Doing so will also allow you to choose Irom several opllons regarding the mission you are playing and your controller setup. See below; • Continue the game • Review your objectives • Change your controller setup • Go to the optons scwen • Restart the level • Ourt the game EXPLOSIVES 3omb and Blasting Cap pick-ups give Sarge explosives i whitft to destroy enemy equipment LANS AND TAN FLAGS PAUSE RESUME OBJECTIVES OPTIONS RfSTART FROM CHECKPOINT SAllGE'S WEAPONS Guns. guns, gups, guns, guns* Sarge has a wide variety of weapons to choose tram. Once a weapon has been collected, Sarge can use A \t he hes ammunition tar the weapon When Sarge runs nut of other weapon choices, he (alls back on Ihe trusty oW carbine ASSAULT RIFLE Accurate and t filiate, with good range. Ihe semi -automatic rifle c a sow weapon. SHOTGUN Bam! The shotgun is a good choice (or blasting enemies at dose range GRENADE The grenade can be thrown over cover, but grenades require the thrower lo set thetr (eel tor a moment Id throw AUTO RIFLE Rapid lire and good accuracy combined in 8 powerful cornhat BAZOOKA The natural enemy ot tanks and APCs, thereS hardly an enemy standing bazooka doesn't wurtt well against. GA- 9 SNIPER R*tf The telescopic sight tois you make the war more personal tor distant Tan soldiers. FLAMETHROWER Good against anything but a tank, just don't burn yourself* HEAVY MACHINE GUN The Heavy Machine Gun Is the bes( weapon against lough or numerous \ptt PLASTIC DESTRUCTION ENEMY Plastic « the future, but it can be destroyed. The wear and (ear ot war leaves marks. Chips and holes, cuts and chunks blown out do not necessarily stop the Ian. and rarely even stow Sarge down. Use the (lying plastic as a guide to how effective your fire is t but remember - there are many different kinds of plastic! Want to defeat the Tan? First you must know the Tan. The Tans are a wily. nefarious foe. not to be trusted Each time you blast a Tan, you are blasting pure evil. The Tan are always trying new tricks to defeat the Green Nation. New soldiers and vehicle types are put into combat regularly Ybur vigilance and steady nerves will determine the tale ot Greentowri :es of war LINE TROOPERS Malice has employed a number of mercenanes; many are former Tan soldiers who could not stand the though! of peace Be vigilant in attacking these and other enemtes Mere are some of the forces MoJIce will send against you: arge is the finest soldier m the Green Army His discipline, valor and prowess are unquestioned. Despite having fought the Tan for most of his life he welcomed the Green-Tan Peace treaty. Malices treachery - and the threat he brings to the Green Nation. Sarge's comrades, and his friends - have propelled Sarge into a 1 of anger and revenge Who Is the shadowy figure Sarge Is fighting? i?4 K <4# t:- "» n Spotter Though this Tan trooper carries only a carbine, the ""ryand air strikes he calls In are lethal When you Spotter, shoot him How! Tan Grenadier Engage the Grenadier at long range whenever possible are deadly. FACES OF WAR (COM) SAUCE'S I SPECIAL FORCES Act I, Day of Infamy \ Eaters - these elite Tan Soldiers use a combination of cutting edge weapons, training, and old-fashioned killing fury. Act II. Renegade: Sarge's War Act HI. Retribution Each Act has multiple missions, each mission can have several sections. Follow all briefings and intelligence closely. ThS information win save your life* TAN VEHICLES APC light armored vehicle carries Tan soldiers talUe, and supports them with turret fire. i pose a great danger to Sarges operations b can dismantle a tank with a well-aimed oka blast, or by planting some strategical :ed hand grenades. Just make sure you lind ie cover hrv.t THE I OF VALOR MedaB are awarded for several kinds of success in battle. From the Green Achievement Medal to tne Green Medal of Honor, Sarge can win many awards Medals are given lor completing missions and performing all the Objectives. The Tans will stop at nothing in their Quest »J|rad»cate the Greens. V6ur lance will determine the fate of your comrades - so keep your eye open and your rifle at the ready * \ V4 t $*■ . • MtJLTU'LAYMl WAR JE'S WAV OF WAR In Muitlplayer mode, two to tour players fight it out as individuals or teams. The Game Screen divides into sections dependant on the number of controllers plugged into the Xbox® video game system. Ybu can select any one of the 4 muitlplayer environments: Tan at the Gates, Green Hawk Down, One Way Ticket or Hall ot Destruction There are three play modes to choose from; Death Match. Team Advance, and Capture the Rag. Follow the menus to select a map, set victory settings or arrange teams Teams can be equal or unbalanced. V4 Sarge wages war with many weapons! Some enemies need specific weapons to Kill them Armored vehicles and me most elite ot me Tan toes may need the specialized heavy weapons like me flamethrower or bazooka (several grenades will do. rf you're out ot Oazooka shells) The different nfie and machine gun types each have their challenges and benefits. Ammunition consumption must be balanced with tirepower. long-range accuracy with pure killing power But use your head- plastic or not it's the most effective weapon you have In combat Try shooting objects - some wi" explode and open up new areas, others may yield power- ups. Note that plastic destruction Is you guide to how effective your fire Is on an enemy Many foes need to be smashed up a bit before they go down' Remember that the left trigger lets you lot* on or cycle through targets tn from of you, Sarge can move r dodge and use cover Cover is your friend Don! forget to kneel when low cover is available. Kneeling will not only give you cover behind low objects, bul with most weapons you are more accurate when kneeling Leam to use all the weapons Diversify your killing. When you get ammo lor better weapons, use up the ammo for weaker weapons so there will be fewer choices to scroll through Watch out when you blow an enemy's head off 1 They may still lake some killing, and lend to spin and shoot wildly Sometimes shooting the middle Tan in a group will cause head loss, and then that Ian may shoot the others. Efficiency B important! tou are always harder to hit when moving Run, strafe, dodge and keep shooting. If enemies are chasing you. you can run and leave grenades behind St ay tow. Don't forget where the Med Kits are. Vbu may not need that healing now. but more Tans are likely nearby \ CREDITS TACTrCAl MVElQPMtHT President David Confer Producer Mftnlei cjiurtr^iboo OawJ O'Cfrviui Arl OtrKlur Engineering Hw*ev BeroMem Jt/m McKenz M Art Cwltiia Qrotfv SaraJiBums '..i f ;V'i.."ii-r- tai Pta TAM ? INttAACTIVt Associate Producer Gregg Sanderwn Production Teem Oavul rMlmgham Susan Lews JwneiKfig ijaryJ Foreman Sanueep Bftfa JanniW tolbe Damp) Eiruiq :■ . ,.t - :. 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